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From Stephane Bailliez <>
Subject RE: CVS Freeze and 1.3 Beta1
Date Mon, 05 Feb 2001 14:45:52 GMT

I have submitted some tasks on friday for the Sitraka Coverage tool.
Apparently some people would be very interested in it. Do you think it is
possible to make them available for 1.3 ?

Since we are at it, I think we need to make some changes to XSLTLiaison to
be able to specify the system id for the sources. We are currently limited
to file only.

I think we need to create an additional interface for sources similar to
jaxp1.1 such as:
interface Source {
	String getSystemId();
	void setSystemId(String systemid);

class InputStreamSource implements Source {}
class FileSource extends InputStreamSource {} // set the system as a default
to file path

and add 2 methods to XSLTLiaison:

interface XSLTLiaison {
	// ....
    void setStylesheet(Source src) throws Exception;
    void transform(Source in, String outfile) throws Exception;

This would not break the current interface but should provide additional

What do you think ?

 St├ęphane Bailliez 
 Software Engineer, Paris - France 
 iMediation - 
 Disclaimer: All the opinions expressed above are mine and not those from my

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Conor MacNeill []
> Sent: Monday, February 05, 2001 2:59 PM
> To:
> Subject: CVS Freeze and 1.3 Beta1
> According to the agreed release plan, I would like to freeze CVS from
> functionality changes for the next two weeks.
> I have built a Beta-1 release and it is available for download
> Please test it out and submit bug reports at
> Please use "version 1.3 Beta 1" in your bug reports.
> Over the next two weeks, changes will be limited to bug fixes and
> documentation updates. There is a reasonable amount of outstanding
> documentation required and I will be focussing on that. 
> Patches in that
> area are most welcome.
> Please note that a number of good patches, some submitted 
> recently, and
> some which have been discussed for a while now, have not been 
> applied in
> this release. This is mainly a question of available time and 
> complexity.
> This is not a reflection on the merit of these patches. What 
> I would like
> to do is apply many of these patches once 1.3 is released 
> (and I have had a
> rest :-), so we can have a reasonable bash at them before the 
> next release.
> Thanks
> Conor
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